Obscured by the recent flurry of flyers, promotional emails and in-person campaigning is the fact that many students are unsure of what the Undergraduate Senate does.
Many of the toughest questions about climate change boil down to ethics: do the benefits received from carbon emissions justify the harm they cause? Philosophy Ph.D. candidate Blake Francis is working on a moral framework to help find the answers.
Former Texas state Senator Wendy Davis first gained national attention in 2013 when she filibustered a bill restricting access to women’s health care for 13 hours — without eating, drinking water or sitting down. Davis has been a women’s rights advocate throughout her political career as well as a champion of several progressive causes in Texas. This Monday, Davis addressed a packed Cemex Auditorium during a panel discussion on women in politics hosted by the Women’s Coalition. The Stanford Daily sat down with her to discuss politics and resilience in the face of defeat.
The Stanford Student Space Initiative (SSSI)’s new Biology Team is pushing the frontiers of biological engineering by constructing a space-ready DNA synthesizer that may launch into orbit within a year.
A group of students huddled around a lab table in the Shriram Center for Bioengineering & Chemical Engineering to create miniature human bodies — made of living mushrooms.
The Daily sat down with Bruce Friedrich, the CEO of the Good Food Institute, to learn about “cultured meat.”